Attention to students’ developmental and learning preferences can help to ensure that students/learners become more involved in the lessons and activities that are designed for them.
- Read the articles :
- Now discuss the key aspects that are important to consider when planning lesson/course delivery at a distance? Note: consider both fully Online as well as a Hybrid situation
- Include how Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy (Links to an external site.) can be useful in lesson planning?
- Be sure to cite your textbook and at least one additional resource.
- Be sure to respond to AT LEAST 2 additional classmates’ posts.
Requirements: 3 paragraph
Readings-5 Instructional Strategies
- Chapter 5
- Sample Interdisciplinary Unit Plan Web Designs
Gordon, et al
- Chapter 9
- Instructional Goals or Essential questions and Instructional objectives or learning targets
Teaching styles and curriculum delivery:
chapter 9 and 10
Please let me know if you have access to both books.
Additionally, since learners have access to course materials, instructors should ensure they give them questions they cannot locate the word-for-word answers from the course material. Educators should also consider including concrete examples when teaching entirely online and in hybrid learning environments (Sumeracki, 2020). Concrete information is easier for students to remember than abstract information. Educators should also consider providing ongoing constructive feedback to students (Tingley, n.d.). Doing this not only helps students identify improvement areas but also makes them feel part of the learning community (Tingley, n.d.). Ensuring students are exposed to an authentic learning experience is vital during online course delivery. Since most students are interested in digital learning opportunities, bloom’s digital taxonomy can be a valuable tool for lesson planning (Bianco & Fussell, 2021).